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    My LC/I40 shows less salary than my actual salary.(I am paid Almost 30% higher right now), because of salary reviews and performance - no change in position or job duties, opt for Consular processing. What should the job offer letter state, LC salary or current salary or would you suggest using the phrase "Salary will be at least " $xxxx or higher". I opt for consular processing

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    My LC/I40 shows less salary than my actual salary.(I am paid Almost 30% higher right now), because of salary reviews and performance - no change in position or job duties, opt for Consular processing. What should the job offer letter state, LC salary or current salary or would you suggest using the phrase "Salary will be at least " $xxxx or higher". I opt for consular processing

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      so what's the problem, but?

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        My current salary is at least 30% higher than that is shown in LC and in the petition for I-140 (EB2/TSC) will be at least 35% by the time I am ready for my consular processing .

        I am awaiting my I-140 Approval and planning to do CP in Montreal.

        Does any of you guys know, if it could be a problem during CP / Packet 3 ?.

        Would it be required to show/submit the Pay-stubbs anytime during the process ?.

        I know my employer has shown the prevailing wages for both LC and I-140 petitions. LC got through succesfully (with one RFE requesting to show a little bit of more wages and re-posting because the prevailing wages had increased between the time of submission and approval.).

        Can it be a reason for denial while Consular Processing ?.

        If Visa is denied, Can I apply for adjustment of Status based on the fact that I have an approved I-140.

        Thanks in advance

        'One among you'

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